Formed in April of 1991, R&M Appraisal Reports, Inc. has grown from a basement start up into one of the largest appraisal companies in Queens County. R&M Appraisal Reports, Inc. is a full service provider for both residential and commercial property. We utilize an approach that allows our appraisers to develop professional contacts and local market savvy by allowing them to specialize in one county. R & M Appraisal Reports, Inc. equips their appraisers with the information they need to produce credible, USPAP compliant reports with subscriptions to local MLS services, Comps Inc. and our own extensive in-house database. We provide appraisals for a variety of purposes, including sales, refinance, relocation, bankruptcy, PMI removal, estate tax and planning, and tax certiorari.
Our clientele includes regional banks, credit unions, accountants, elder law attorneys, trusts, and private individuals.
John F. McCullagh is president of R & M Appraisal Reports, and James Stilidiadis is Vice President and Treasurer.
R&M Appraisal Reports, Inc. was born during a recession and has been through the cycles of boom and bust in the New York Real Estate market. From the high rises of Manhattan to the beach front mansions in the Hamptons and from the estates of Riverdale to Arverne By The Sea, R & M has seen and done it all.
McCullagh, Is a FHA roster appraiser. Before there was a roster, he was a member of the FHA's Panel of Appraisers. John is a Residential Accredited Appraiser (RAA), having earned the designation from the National Association of Realtors. He gained his experience as a staff appraiser at North East Appraisals, a subsidiary of Dime Savings Bank, now a part of JPMorgan Chase Bank. He is a former President of the Appraisal Division of the Long Island Board of Realtors.
Stilidiadis is a certified commercial appraiser and FHA roster appraiser. James brings a strong background in bank appraising to the company from his years of experience with Greenpoint, Dollar Drydock and Emigrant Mortgage. He understands the Banker's need to deal with risk.